Throughout the year, we sponsor special events, activities and programs designed to appeal to a broad range of interests. Adult religious education classes, discussion groups, musical presentations, holiday parties, and potluck suppers and picnics are some of the ways in which we come together as a community to learn, share and grow.
In addition, there are many groups and activities occurring on an ongoing basis. Contact information for the following groups is printed on the back of the Order of Service, or call our office.
Adult Choir: For those with some musical experience. Primary contact: Jason Michael
UUth Choir: Designed for children and teens. Primary contact: Chris Johns
Handbells: No musical experience necessary. Primary contact: Jason Michael
Little Ringers: For Children ages 6 and up that can read and follow instruction for an hour each week. No musical experience necessary. Primary Contact: Lee Ann Tate
Chalice Groups: Each Chalice Group is composed of 8-10 members who usually meet once a month to share their ideas and feelings regarding topics that reflect the current focus area in our Fellowship each month. Primary contact: Valerie Setzer
Great Books Group: Reads and discusses selections from great books of western civilization. Primary contact: Ron Smith
Memoirs Group: Writes and shares stories on different aspects of life.
Men’s Group: Gathers at a local restaurant for social interaction. Primary contact: Steve Elstein
Music Group: Gather to make music in an informal setting just for fun. Any instrument or voice. All skill levels. Primary Contact: Lee Criscuolo
Pastoral Care Team: Members are trained to offer care to those in need. Primary contact: Diane Elstein
Sunday Discussion Group: Focuses on current affairs topics, often controversial. Check the calendar for discussion topics. Primary contact: Pat Chen
Vegetarian Group: Presentations on meal planning, shopping and recipes, with a potluck lunch. Primary contact: Gloria Lloyd
Women’s Group: Meets monthly at area restaurants for casual conversation. Primary contact: Susan Lovegrove